Through October, former New York Gov. George Pataki has taken to the airwaves and headed out on the campaign trail -- leading to more speculation that he intends to launch a bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.
With two weeks to go until the general election and early voting already started, Gov. Charlie Crist and U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek went on the attack against Republican front-runner Marco Rubio -- and each other -- in a widely televised debate Tuesday night at Nova Southeastern University in Davie.
Late Tuesday, former Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre, a Democrat, jumped party lines to back Republican candidate Rick Scott for governor over state CFO Alex Sink, the Democratic nominee.
With buzz growing that he intends to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota headed to the Sunshine State Tuesday to back GOP candidates in Novembers elections.
With less than three weeks to go until the election to replace him in the U.S. Senate, Republican George LeMieux continued to weigh in on the issues as speculation continued to grow that he intends to launch a campaign to return to Washington in 2012 by challenging Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson.
With less than three weeks to go in the close gubernatorial contest between Democratic candidate Alex Sink and Republican nominee Rick Scott, the two camps continue to attack each other, both citing ethical violations.
While most of the potential Republican presidential candidates aiming at their partys nomination in 2012 have campaigned in Florida for U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio, Herman Cain has taken something of a slightly different tack with his PAC backing three congressional candidates in the Sunshine State.
Ahead by double digits in the polls, former House Speaker Marco Rubio, the Republican candidate in the U.S. Senate race, is about to get some help from a prominent Washington conservative -- Gary Bauer, best known for his bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2000 and for leading the Family Research Council during the 1990s.
A New York Times magazine piece on President Barack Obama offered an interesting look at the thinking going on in the White House.
Gov. Charlie Crist left the Republican Party in April to run partyless for the U.S. Senate, but on Tuesday he got the endorsement of a big-name Republican -- a Republican star, literally -- when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California gave him a nod.